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The maiden was just another treasure to be won—until she stole his heart and changed his life forever.

Outraged that her beloved brother’s soul is to be the Fae tithe to Hell, Elizabeth knows that she must save him. She is the only one in her family who can see the Fae, after all, and is already cursed by their king herself. Malcolm may have offered to replace his comrade out of honor, but Elizabeth knows who better deserves to live—and it is not the handsome rogue, Rafael, who is concerned with his own welfare alone. It should be easy to make a wager with a mercenary, especially as Elizabeth does not care about the cost to herself. To her surprise, though, Rafael proves to be the man who not only takes her dare, but banishes the Fae king’s curse with kisses that turn her blood to fire. Could this hardened warrior, who appears to have no heart, be the destined love she has awaited?

At first glimpse, Rafael believes Elizabeth to be an angel sent to judge him—and he knows what her verdict will be. He has made choices in order to survive, and is not proud of them. But Elizabeth dares him to change, with an audacity that awakens a nobility of purpose that Rafael has forgotten he possessed. Can this bold maiden heal the wounds of his past? Can Rafael earn the right to grant her the life she deserves—and do so before the Fae king springs his trap, making Elizabeth his captive forever?

December 29
Deborah A. Cooke
Deborah A. Cooke

Customer Reviews

Lillypadgreen12 ,

The Warrior’s Prize

This is one of my favorite books in this series! The mixture of myth and magic makes this story a standout novel. Saskia Maarleveld is always an astonishing storyteller whose wonderful performance breathes so much life into the characters. I would recommend this book to any and all of my friends! It's a fabulous experience to listen to and to read such a well written book.

Dottieguionnaud ,

The Warriors prize

The overlapping of this story with "the frost maidens kiss" was tiresome. However, once past that, I could not put the story down.

Please write some more about Ravensmuir and Kinfairly.

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